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PAOE TWO. WEDNESDAY. JITY St. 1901. ) 000OttOOttO0000OttO See Our Fine Line of Rockers Prices ranging frorn $1.50 to $25.00 Golden, weathered and plain oak, Mahogany and wickers. Prices and quality will suit you. Cash or payments. FUTRELLE FURNITURE CO. West End Viaduct ooooooooooooo ( ll II 1 RAILROAD DEPARTMENT VIOLATE SAFETY LIBERAL APPLIANCE LAWS MAKE LOW RATE ON COPPER MATTE Arizona Mines and Smelters Will Benefit by New Tariff. Tucson, Ariz., July 31. Hnvlng ar ranged with General Freight Agent liicknell of the Randolph lines to more than cut In half the freight rate on copper matte from Wlnkel man to Humbold. General ManHger F. H. Oxman of the Arizona Smelt ing company, returned to Phoenix last night. Oxman reached the city yesterday to aFk for a reduction in, the rate of $12.70 on copper matte from Wln kelman to Humboldt which has ueen in effect since June 1 last, and before he left the city had been assured that a rate of $5.85 will be made. From Wlnkelman, the terminus of the Phoenix & Eastern, the Christ mas smelter, owned by the Saddle Mountain Smelter company, ships Its copper matte to the Humboldt smel ter, where It Is worked over and Dreuared for eastern refineries. At the rate of $12.70 per ton of which the Phoenix & Eastern re ceives $7 and the Santa Fe, Prescott ft Phoenix $5.75, the shipment of cop per matte was greatly Increased In cost. Under the rate of $5.85, the . Santa Fe will receive for its share $2 and the Phoenix & Eastern $3.85. Agree to Low Itate. Oxman stated that the Santa Fe, which handles thousands of tons of ore monthly the for Humboldt smel ' ter, has already agreed to the $5.85 rate. He had talked with General Freight Agent Bicknell but a few minutes yesterday afternoon before the Randolph lines agreed to do its full share for the development of Pinal county by lower freight rates. Wlnkelman is the only, point In Pinal county from which copper matte Is shipped, though several smelters are in course of construe tion, which within a short time will be sending copper matte either to Humhohlt or to El Paso. Oxman states that the Humboldt smelter la now handling 15.0U0 tons of ore monthly an dthat machinery is arriving which will shortly In crease the capacity to 20,000 tons monthly. This must be done to han die the increasing output of ore from mines In northern Arizona. Shipments are now being made from Cococlno county to Humboldt, the ore containing some lime, which la an element that is sought after by the Humboldt smelter. Much of the ore it receives runs high in sill ca, and all ore-carrying lime Is eag erly sought after. From the brink of the Grand canon, the Anita Cop per company, once owned by Captain "Ituckey" O'Neill, is sending ore to Humboldt. w BELKX CUT-OFF READY FOlt SERVICE AUG. iS, Amarillo, Tex., July 31. The East ern Railroad of New Mexico, which Is commonly known as the Helen cut-off," will be turned over to the operating department of the Santa Fe about August 15, according to pre ent plans. The completion of this line is of great Importance to Ama rillo. as it will afford the means diverting the transcontinental trafflo of the Santa Fe from the La Junta route to the new low-grade route that pauses through the Texas Pan handle, with Amarillo as the prlncl pal division point. It is slated that It may be several months before the new route Is used for passengc traffic, but It Is to be put to lmme dlate use for the bulk of the through freight. The Helen "cut-off" Is 268 miles long. It runs from Rio pueroo, N M.. of the Santa Fe's transcontinen tal line, to Texico, on the Texas-New Mexico boundary, where it connect with the Peco Valley system of th Santa Fe. The remainder of the new "cut-off" route, which Is already built, runs from Texico to Amarillo, where It connects with the Southern Kansas division of the Santa Fe. and over that division to Florence, Kan., where connection Is made with the existing main line. would give him a direct route into the Interior of Mexico. Itoth of these roads nre owned by Rrltlsh capitalist!". Since the deal for the sale of the Onxaca and EJutla Is off steps have been taken to ex tend It to the port of Sullna Cruz on the Isthmus of Tehuantepec. NEW UKWf.E SITPIY OX MEXICAN CENTRAL. City of Mexico, July .Tiilv 31. It Is expected that the opening of the new Atotonilco branch of thev Mex ican Central, which occured on July 1, will have the effect of Interesting Americnn buyers more than ever in the Jalisco oranges urcnn in that district. These oranges are the best In Mexico, and thfl easy means of shipping which th new ronil has brought Is expected to bring them to the attention of the American mar ket more prominently thun ever be fore. The new branch of the Central ex tends from Ocotlan, on the main line of the Guadnlajara division of the Central, to Atotonilco, and a mixed train has been Inaugurated for dally service ench way. The road Is al ready handling great quantities of freight and large numbers of pas sengers In both directions. AMERICAN RAILROAD MEN Alt I SE! OK SMCOt.LIVC Juarez, Mexico., July 31. Impli cated In the wholesale smuggling operations recently uncovered by the Mexican customs authorities, an American engineer and three switch men employed on the Mexican Cen tral railroad were arrested today and are in jail In Juarez, incommunicado. It is Bald that It has been discov ered that large quantities of goods were smuggled into Mexico on switch engines. Three prominent business men of Juarez were arrested and tailed yesterday, making six of the most prominent merchants of that town now in Jail, charged with smuggling. Texas Roads Accused of Not Using Proper Safeguards. El Paso. Tex., July 31. Com plnints were filed In the federal court here thl morning against the Galveston. Harrlsburg & San Antonio and El Paso & Southwestern rail road companies alleging that the two roads had violated the safety appli ance act. Two complaints were made against each road and In each the sum of $100 was asked. The cases were filed upon sugges tion of the attorney general of the United States at the request of the Interstate commerce commission and upon Information furnished by the commission. In the first action against the G. H. & S. A., it Is alleged that on April 3. 1907. the G. 11. & S. A. ran an extra freight train of 41 cars, drawn by engine 826. Into Sanderson, Texas, nd that none of the cars had Drakes sed and operated by the engineer the locomotive drawing, the train. The law provides that at least i5 percent of the cars of a train should ave brakes used and operated Dy the engineer of the locomotive. Not ProiK'rly Equipped. It Is further alleged In the com- laint that the cars of the train were without brakes used and operated or so assembled and connected that they could be used by the engineer of the ocomotive. The action against the El Paso & Southwestern is brought on tho al- egntlon that on April 6, 1907, car S. P. 72185, containing coke, from Grey Creek. Colo., to Douglas, Ariz., had a coupling out of repair and Inopera tive, the chain connecting the lock- pin to the uncoupling lever being broken and that the grablron or and hold at one end of the car was missing. Last spring the El Paso & South western railroad company was found guilty of violating the safety appll- nce act In a trial before Judge Maxey sitting in tho federal court In El Paso and fined. In assessing the fine Judge Maxey stated from the bench that he found much pleasure n assessing a tine against a railroad which violated an act which had the object of protecting human life. I1AKRIM4VK OI'UEIt itH TWO MEXICAN LINES. Mexico City, Mexico, July 31. Ac cording; to a story that Is being told In ra iru ul and financial circles here E. 'i. Hirriman recently negotiated for the purchase of the Mexican Southern and the Oaxaca and Ejutle railroads, but the owners of those two properties were unwilling to ac cept his offer and the deal has fal len through. The Mexican Southern run from Pueblo south to the City of Ouxaca, and there It connect with the Oaxaca and EJutla, u distance of forty-three miles. Mr. liiirrlman's objewt in acquiring the roads was that the Oaxaca and KJutla might be extended south about loo miles to a connection with the Pacific coast line whicn he la building. This SOUTHWESTERN SECURES FIREMEN FROM EAST El Paso. Tex., July 31. The El Paso and Southwestern has succeed ed In supplying the road engines with sufficient firemen to run all trains out on the schedule time and they expect tno more trouble from a short age In the knights of the shovel. Through an eastern labor bureau the road has been able to secure 15 experienced firemen from Chicago and they arrived yesterday In charge of a representative of the employ ment agency. Most of the men were at work on the Hurlington and they nave come west to get more money than was paid on the eastern lines. a SONT1I WESTERN PURCHASES MUCH NEW EOUH'MENT, El Paso. Tex., July 31. The Southwestern has ordered a large nunuer of new cars for the handling of the large amount of business that has been coming to the line from the east. An order for 100 box cars has been placed and they are expected to be delivered to the road at Tucum- cari by the first of the month. Twelve big engines of the latest pattern have also been ordered for road service In the movement of freight and as soon as they arrive tne roaa will have sufficient power to haul all the business that the road is able to handle. 8. L. Bean, mechanical superln dent, of Los Angeles, arrived In the city yesterday morning to met M. A Lovell, superintendent of motive power, of Chicago, who will arrive today. a a a Prakeman Sam Sutter has gon back on the third district after being In the yard for several days as as slstant yard master at Las Vegas. a Miss Helen Finch, stenographer in tne Btore keeper s office, will renin from a month's visit in Los Angele and San Francisco today. A. H. Gorman, chief clerk In th superintendent's offices at San Mar cial, Is in the city today, en route to Las Vegas. a a a H. C Iluchnnun. of Chanutte. Kan has taken the position vacated by . M. Marchall in the store keeper office. a V. M. Marshal, freight clerk In the store keeper s office, has resigned accept a position In the Topeka stor house. Elmo 1). Murphy, stenographer I tne ottice or tne general foremai has resigned to accept a position i the office of the master mechanic m m m Mrs. James Tower left last night I'T Shawnee, ikla., where she 1 called by the Illness of her son. General Round House Inspector F. Whitford Is in the city today af ter an Inspection trip. Julin Cleghorn and wife returned Monday from a two month's trip In southern California. Engineer S. Livingstone and wife left last night for a month's vaca tion at Trinidad. SUPPLY OE STOCK ON MARKET HE ARiitJLES OF Santa Fe, N. M., July 31. The fol lowing articles of incorpoartlon have been filed in the oflice of Territorial Secretary J. W. Raynolds: The Carrizozo Publishing com pany. Principal place of business at Carrizozo. Lincoln county. Territory agent, N. S. Rose, at Carrizozo. Capital stock $10,000, divided into one thousand shares of tho par value of 10 each. Object, publishing newspaper and joto printing business. Period of existence, fifty years. In corporators A. H. Harvey, S. B. Itose and N. S. Hose, all of Carri zozo. The Jaffa-Prager Realty and In vestment company. Principal place of business at Roswell, Chaves coun ty. Territorial agent, William S. I'rager. at Roswell. Capital stock, $100,000. divided into one thousand shares of the par value of $100 each. Object, general Investment business. Period of existence, fifty years. In corporators Nathan Jaffa, William S. Prager, Esther L. Jaffa, and Helen A. I'rager, all of Roswell. This com pany is formed by a consolidation of the Roswell Sheep company, Ros well Hotel company, and Jaffa-Prager company, three corporations which were doing business in New Mexico, with headquarters at Roswell. The stockholders of all thre cor porations comprised in the merger Into the new company were the same, and they decided to consolidate as a matter of expediency. A certl- lloate showing the formal agreement of merger of the three corporations were filed In connection with the new articles of incorporation. Prices Declined During Week at Kansas City Yards. Kansas City Stock Yards, July 81. Liberal supplies of grass cattle came in last week, largely from Kan sas, but also Including a few ship ments from the Panhandle and from Arizona. Colorado has not contribu ted anything as yet. Prices declined steadily all of last week, killing cat tle, including cows ind heifers, show ing a lo al zO to 4u cents for the week, stockers and feeders 15 to 20 cents lower. The supply of cattle today Is much smaller than a week ago, 12,000 today, and the market Is stronger. Fed cattle have sold strong all along, and the best prices of the year are being paid Unlay for finish ed cattle, top $7.20, Kansas grazed westerns at $4.25 to $3.75. Cows and heifers are 10 to 20 cents higher than the close of last week today, grass cows weighing 800 to 800 lbs., selling at $3.10 to $3.65. Calves have fluctuated considerably but best ones sell around $6, same as a week ago. Good rains have fallen all over the dry sections, and a big corn crop is believed to be safe now. Shipments of stockers and feeders to the coun try from this point last week were largest of the season, at 450 carloads, and from now till the end of the sea son buyers will be plentiful. Forage of all kinds Is luxuriant all over the Missouri River valley under the in fluence of Ideal weather for the past two months, end stock cattle are wanted to consume It, range stock ers selling at $3.25 to $4.35. The sheep market has been with out feature for a few weeks past, but with the advent of several tralr.j of western sheep this week, which are now en route, interest of buyers will revive. Receipts are small to day. market steady, Utah wethers sold last week at $5.80 and $5.85 Colorado wethers $5.75, Arizona lamlbs $7.40, New Mexico mixed sheen $5.60 which prices give an In dex to prevailing prices now. There Is a demand from the country for breeding ewes, as well as feeding lambs and westerns. M. F. Loveless, of Corona, X. M had on today's market 5 carloads of wethers and ewes that averaged 25 lbs, and sold for $5.60. Deafnis Cannot Be Cured by local applications, as they cannot reach the diseased oortlon of the ear, There Is only one way to cure deafness, and that is by constitutional remedies. Deafness is caused Dy an innanwo condi tion of the mucous lining of the Eus tachian Tube. When this tube Is inflam ed you have a rumbling sound or Imper fect hearlnc. and when It is entirely closed, Deafness Is the result, and un less the Inflammation can be taken out and this tube restored to Its normal con dition, hearing will be destroyed rorever nine cases out oi ten are caused vj Catarrh, which la nothing but an lntlam ed condition of (he mucous surfaces. We will elve One Hundred Dollars for any case of Deafness (caused by catarrh) thHt cannot Do curea Dy Hans latarrn Cure. Send for circulars free. F. J. CHENEY & CO., Props., Toledo, Ohio. Sold by all Ivqgglsts. 75c. Take Hall's family Pills for constipa tion. Constipation. For constipation there Is nothing quite so nice as Chamberlain s Stom ach and Liver Tablets. They always produce a pleasant movement of the bowels without any disagreeable ef feet. Price, 25 cents. Samples free For sale by all druggists. 'IIXXXIIITTTIIXXlIIXIXIIXIXTIXXXXIZXXIIXXrXXXrXlXXXIXIlIXIXIXXXXXXXimiXXXITXT CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES! CUT PRICES ARE NOW ON THE BILL OOOCXXXOOOOt Winter's lingering in the lap of Spring did it. Perhaps you remember that, when we expected pleasant weather early in the spring, it snowed. Then it snowed again. And then it snowed between snows and all at the time when we should have been selling Spring things. The short season leaves our stock too large. NOW THINGS MUST GO. New season and new stock in view. Plenty of time to wear light weights but short time in which to sell them. So, here goes. The more you buy the more you'll save. That's the whole story. : : :::::::::: uxxxxxxxxxxxxaxxxxxio FOR PRICES LOOK AT MY WINDOW JV1. MANDELL rxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxxjxxxxxxxxixxxxxxxxxxxxxxx TAX LEVY IN SANTA FE COUNTY Santa Fe. N. M., July 31. Tax levies for the present fiscal year were made at yesterday's meeting of the board of county commissioners. The total regular county levy will be 19 3-4 mills on the dollar of all tax able property, and in addition to this amount there will be a special levy nt i mills in each school district for school purposes, and a special levy of 2 mills on horses, cattle, etc., for the wild animal bounty fund. The various general and special tax levies embraced In the county assessment are as follows for the year 1907: General county fund. $ 00500; gen eral court fund, $.00450; court house and Jail rnpair fund, $.0021)0; road fund, $.0oo75; Interest on bonds, 184 to lt97, $.00200; deficiency Jail building fund, $.00100; Judgment fund of 1907, $.00100; sinking fund to pay principal and interest on bonds of 1HS2 and Judgment there on. $.00200; deficiency bridge fund. $.00150; wild animal count v fund. $.00200; district school fund, $.00300. Had llurns Quickly Hen led. "I am so delighted with what Chamberlains Salve has done for me that I feel bound to write and tell you so," says Mrs. Robert Mytton, 457 John St., Hamilton, Ontario. "My little daughter had a bad burn on her knee. I applied Chamberlain's alve and it healed beautifully." This salve allays the pain of a burn most instantly. It la for sale by all druggists. Iong IJvo the King is the popular cry throughout Euro pean countries, while In America, the cry of the present day Is "Long live Dr. King's New LMscovery. King of Throat and Lung Remedies!" of which Mrs. Julia Ryder Paine, Turro, Mass., says: "It never falls to give Immediate relief and to quickly cure a cough or cold. "Mrs. Palne's opinion Is shared by a ma jority of the inhabitants of this coun try. New Discovery cures weak lungs and sore throats after all other remedies have failed; and for coughs and colds Its the only sure cure. Guaranteed by all druggists. EOc and tl.00 bottle free. Pure Air Pure Beer Doctors tell us the air we breathe is rarely pure. Pabst takes no chances on possible impurities in the air when making Pabst Perfect Eight Day Malt. The Pabst Malt house is the most complete as well as the cleanest malt house in the world. It has triple windows and double air-tight doors even the air is washed and filtered. Pabst BlueRibbon Trie Beer of Quality ismadefromPabstEight Day Malt, which retains every particle of the life-giving-, health-building properties of the barley. and the Pabst Brewing; Process transmits them to the beer, with the add ed tone and flavor of the choicest hops. The Pabst methods are ab solutely clean. Pabst Blue Ribbon Beer is absolutely pure. When ordering ier. ajk for PaLat Ulua Kibbun. Made by Pabst at Milwaukee And Bottled only at tlx Brawaty. truest Meyers Ai Co., IK at IIS WcM fiilvt-r Ave., AlbUUel'iUe. I 1 1'liuiic w y Territorial Topics A postoffloe has been established at Ingram. Hoosevelt county and Jas. C. Clark appointed puostmaster. Since the rains all the hills ad Joining Nogales. Ariz., have put on a greenish tint occasioned by the sud den starting of grass and vegetation. Several heavy rains have fallen In Carrizozo, N. M.( and droth is ef fectually broken. Great benefit has been derived from It to farms and grazing lands. Articles of the following corpora tion was filed In the office of the county recorder at Phoenix. Ari zona.: Ilahis Mining mid Smelting company, capital stock, $5,000,000, Incorporators, Godfrey Hughes, A. M. Walthall. A town Just In Its Inception, with but few houses on the site, yet with a water works and sewerage system Hearing completion and a street car line under way, Is something unique in the history of this country. That Is the pace Douglas set. A petition Is being circulated to raise funds to complete the new road to the college at Las Cruces, N. M. So far the committee are meeting with encouragement and hope to suc ceed In collecting enough money to complete the much needed road. The personnel of the National bank of Carlsbad, New Mexlcj, has changed and 8. T. Bitting who has been president for the past several years, retired. HI.- interests were taken up by R. u. Armstrong, H. A. Houser. Morgan Livingston and C. H. McLenf.then, snd under the new regime will be ns follows: H. A. Houser, president; It. I!. Armstrong, cashier; Morgan Livingston, vice president. C. H. MeLenathen will assume the direc torship held by Mr. Hitting. The latter is spending his summer vaca tion In California with his family and his plans for the future are un known. He still holds property in terests in and around Carlsbad. In the case of A. Campillo, cus tom broker, of Nogales, Sonora. ar rested some months ago by the Mex lean government for false statements concerning Importations of wheat. the district Judge of Hermostllo, be fore whom the case was tried, has rendered a decision sentencing him to nine years' Imprisonment and to pay a fine of not less than $1,000. J. D. Eakln, President O. Oloml, Vice Presides. Coat. Mellnt, Secretary O. BachecaL Troanrcs, "Weill Paper! Ix't mo paper and paint yonr house. Satisfaction guaranteed. Prompt attention to mall orders. J. D. EMMONS, successor to Stacy & Go. South Stcond and Lead o OaOeKaOeOaOeOaOaX3aO Port Bryon, N. T., has witnessed one of the most remarkable cases of healing ever recorded. Amos F. King of that place says: "Bucklen's Ar nica Salve cured a sore on my leg with which I had suffered over 80 years. I am now eighty-five." Guaranteed to cure all sores, by all dealers, 25c. W. E. MAUGEP VJOOL with Raube and Mauger Of flee, 11S North First BC ALBUQUERQUE. N. U. When you want to buy, tell, rent or exchange Household Goods Keep busy until you find Star Furniture Co. 214 W. Gold Ave. AlbuQueraue New Mexico Every Woman ia iuirrftu?a ua tnouia Know about ln wojitltirful MARVELWhirlingSpray Iba saw Y .(leal SjrUc. leni. it cleatiaeS uutLautly Ak vonr ilruinrlat for It. If ta rnnh.'t bUM-ty U.a U A U V t I., a. f -l't no otlir. but tamp I'T IHuiirnuM !HHfc-i..tit-'l. It sivaa full (.drtif uiAra AUil ,ll Tt'.'l i :i ltl ,:ni,l.. 1c U lie.. M V(i I I. . a. S4 klrctt, NEW ItlUk. ( alkl . I -I fT Ourftate ll M M aai ia atrtataf. f rrawato C lafiaa l?ZlriuEAiisCH(Miei C Vatiacmun,t MEN AND WOMEN I'm Bi U for annatural d i ic htr it w . id 11 ni Hi alio ua. irritatious or ulcaratioot of mticoaa niciubraoM, rainloM, and not aairia f Qt or tXiltuDOUB. fcj DragfUU. plain wrappar. prepaid, I of bottleati.Tft. Circular aaul us rmtuatt. r 5 M4k7 or aant la i 1 00. or lb r H Circular m Consolidated Liquor Company Bneeetwort to MEUNI A EAKIN, and BACHECHI A 6IOMI. WMOLKBALK BKALKftm IN Wines. Liquors and Cigars Wa kaap ararytblog In Hook ta autfll tba most fastidious bar eamplata Hav been appointed exclusive agents In th Seuthw tar Zaa. a, Schlltz, Wm. Lamp and ftt, Lou la A. B. C Brawarlas; Yellowstone, Grean River, V. H. McBrayera Cedar Brook, Loula Hunter, T.J. Man arch, and -ther eUndard krande of whiskies too numarOua ts mantle!, WE ARE NOT COMPOUNDERS. Bat sell the straight article as received by us from tie best laerlea, Distilleries and Breweries In tie United 8tat a. Call aad lnssoet ear Stock and Prices, or write lor Illustrated Catalogue And X-riee Itltt, lisued to dealers only. 021 North First Street. Phone No. 483 DIAMOND Soutlnvemrrn Brewery A Ioe Company. J COAL aBBBBBBBBBBsBBIaBBBBBI Best American Block, -r ton.. $8.50 Anthracite Nut, per ton .6U Antliraclte Stove und Furnace per ton 19.50 WOOD DRY CEDAR PINION AND TORNILLO. TERMS STRICTLY CASn. John S. Beaven 602 80UTH FIRST STREET. A. Em WALKER, riR INSURANCE . Secretary Mutual Building tlon. Office at 317 West BallroaS STenne. You Hon t Count the Cost when eating our pies, cakes and pastry, for It's small In comparison with the satisfaction you gain. Tht day you start using the products of our bakery will be a red letter one on your calendar. Mark it up this day. PIONEER BAKERY 207 South First Street Give us your ROUGH DRY wvri Monday, and get It back Wednesday Imperial Laundry Co. W. L. TRIMBLE & CO. LIVERY, SALE, FEED AND TRANSFER STABLES. Horsea and Mules Bought and Exchanged. BEST TOURNOUTS IN THE CITT Second Street, between Railroad and Copper Avenue. Don't Forget The ALBUQUERQUE PLANING MILL THE OLDEST MILL IN THE CITY. When In need of sash, door, frames etc. Screen work tqiecialtv. 40J South First street. Telephone 403. If You Want A Plumber Telephone No. 61 The Standard Our work is at our name implies, and our charges are right. Standard Plumbing & Heating Co V. fcrV- 4 hi